The California State Assembly, the legislative body of the state, approved a resolution written using artificial intelligence (AI), in which state authorities assume the commitment to examine and enforce regulations on its use. technology. It was approved and approved by the state senate, so it does not need the signature of the California governor.
Senate Concurrent Resolution 17 (SCR 17), introduced in January of this year by Senator Bill Dodd, was unanimously approved by state lawmakers. According to Dood, this is the first legislative resolution drafted with AI in the United States. The text highlights the challenges posed by AI-powered technology and systems, such as unauthorized data collection and sharing.
“This is an important step to ensure that California is at the forefront of the responsible deployment and use of AI. The principles outlined here will help protect the public’s rights while harnessing the benefits of AI. In the same At the time, the resolution recognized the potential benefits of AI, including greater efficiency in agriculture and data analytics that could transform industries,” said Bill Dodd, the senator behind the project.
President Joe Biden discussed the future of artificial intelligence technology with California Governor Gavin Newsom and a collective of Silicon Valley technology leaders recently during a visit. The president has promised to implement safeguards to ensure there are no threats to national security or the economy before AI tools are made public. In this sense, the resolution seeks to adopt these guidelines from the federal government.